Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Teachers Need to Follow in the Mayor's Footsteps

When teachers fail, it's the end of the world. They're leaving children behind, those bastards. How on earth could they requisition summers off? Walmartize the entire operation, pronounces the public.

When Mayor Bloomberg fails, it's also a disaster. How on earth could only 18% of NYC kids meet Regents qualifications under the reign of the one, the only, the education mayor? That's absolutely unacceptable, and something must be done about it. What?

How about reducing the number of required Regents exams from 8 to 5? That just about triples the passing ratio, and makes everything fine.

Why the hell can't those hopeless teachers make progress like Chancellor Klein and Mayor Bloomberg?

Thanks to Schoolgal.
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